Definitions

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  • adverb In an enriching manner.

Etymologies

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enriching +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Theorists, sometimes sloppily and sometimes enrichingly and sometimes both, move back and forth between historical and contemporary or normative arguments.

    Archive 2006-11-19

  • Theorists, sometimes sloppily and sometimes enrichingly and sometimes both, move back and forth between historical and contemporary or normative arguments.

    Jacob T. Levy

  • Theorists, sometimes sloppily and sometimes enrichingly and sometimes both, move back and forth between historical and contemporary or normative arguments.

    11/19/2006 - 11/26/2006

  • But Penrod had the delectable bottle again, and tilting it above his lips, affected to let the cool liquid purl enrichingly into him, while with his right hand he stroked his middle facade ineffably.

    Penrod

  • But Penrod had the delectable bottle again, and tilting it above his lips, affected to let the cool liquid purl enrichingly into him, while with his right hand he stroked his middle facade ineffably.

    Penrod

  • Look, there’s the canoe from Deliverance! — made for an enrichingly cheesy afternoon.

    Suddenly Substantive: Does Obama Era Mean No More Blahniks?

  • Look, there’s the canoe from Deliverance! — made for an enrichingly cheesy afternoon.

    Suddenly Substantive: Does Obama Era Mean No More Blahniks?

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